Vana Varh is the only luxury resort in Hua Hin in the middle of a large forested area, full of trees, flowers, and especially well-know for its Dipterocarpus, a beautiful and rare plant type found only near the sea.
It reaches a height of 30 feet. Vana Varin has an abundant water supply all year around because it lies next to a major river and is surrounded by big trees — a rarity among Hua-Hin resorts.
Hua Hin is the oldest and most traditional Thai beach resort in Thailand. In 1927, King Rama VII built his Klai Kangwon (which means “Far From Worries”) Palace, which remains today as an official royal residence. It is frequently used by members of the royal family and portions of it are open to the public.
The beachfront resort town of Hua Hin is highly regarded by Thai nobility and upper-class, and in recent years, the charming town has become recognized as a premier holiday destination that attracts visitors from all around the world.